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Thursday, November 11, 2004
Traxdata Media Tests

31. Conclusion

Traxdata Media Tests - Page 31

Conclusion

In the following graphs we present the maximum PIE values, as they were reported by Plextools. According to the DVD specifications, the PIE level should be lower than 280.

The zero (0) values refer to reported errors where the reading process stopped, except in the case of the NEC drives where the ID code of the specific DL media is not included in the drives firmware and the recording process failed to start.

In general, according to the resulting measurements, the writing quality is at a fairly good level. Noteworthy is the fact that almost all of the discs which were recorded were read successfully by our drives and at high speed.

Moreover, we shouldn't blame the media itself for all cases where errors were encountered since the desired result is dependent on the burner as well.




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